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Exploring the New Frontier of Pro Bono Service

Using pro bono to cultivate leaders and engage tech talent

Pro bono service can transform nonprofit organizations. For over 15 years, Taproot Foundation has mobilized professional expertise to help nonprofit organizations increase their effectiveness and reach. Once confined to legal service, pro bono service across all areas of expertise is utilized by nonprofits anywhere, anytime. Commonly, 95% of nonprofits report that pro bono service improved their organization's effectiveness in cost or resource savings, efficiency, and quality of operations or services.

New York Companies Profit from Giving Away Their Time

Firms are turning to pro bono projects to give up-and-coming managers a chance to grow

When Carissa Biggie was 
selected for Goldman Sachs’ six-month leadership-acceleration program, one of her tasks was to figure out a template for growth—not for the firm or even for her department but for STRIVE, a national nonprofit that provides skills training for low-income people and helps them get jobs.

Welcome to corporate pro bono, the fastest growing category of volunteerism in the U.S.

Jewish Family Service and Charles Schwab: A First Date?


Originally posted by Jennifer Kraft, Jewish Family Service (JFS) Development Committee Member 

What could a small team of JFS professionals and volunteers possibly have in common with a group of corporate employees who spend their days helping people achieve their financial goals? Turns out: EVERYTHING.

Pro Bono Service: Not Just for Lawyers Anymore!


Did you know that pro bono service is the fastest growing domestic volunteer program among leading global companies in the last three years?

95% of Nonprofit Professionals Reported That Pro Bono Service Improved Their Organization’s Effectiveness Last Year. Were You One of Them?

Taproot Foundation’s State of Pro Bono Service Survey shows that pro bono service helps nonprofits improve their organization’s effectiveness. Here’s how one Silicon Valley social services organization benefited.

This week, Taproot Foundation released findings from the 2016 State of Pro Bono Service Survey showing that 95% of nonprofit professionals report pro bono service improved their organization’s effectiveness. These improvements were cited most often in cost or resource savings, efficiency, and quality of operations or services.

Assignments in New Markets Offer Innovative Employee Engagement Experiences Through Global Pro Bono

Gavin Cepelak, PYXERA Global, Will Discuss Employee Engagement at a PSI Roundtable Fellowship Lunch
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WASHINGTON D.C., October 24, 2016 /3BL Media/ - In the United States, 70% of workers report not being engaged at work, according to the recent Gallup research.

Taproot Foundation WEBINAR // The Simple, Free Way to get Skilled Volunteers for your Nonprofit

A small community development nonprofit tapped the expertise of skilled volunteers, and had a banner year toward achieving its mission. You can, too!
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WEBINAR // Taproot+: The simple, free way to give and get pro bono service

Thursday, October 27 12:30 PM PT / 2:30 PM CT / 3:30 PM ET

Six Month Pro Bono Project for CASA of Pikes Peak Region Turns T. Rowe Price Associates’ Business Skills Into Opportunities

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October 14, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Nine associates from T. Rowe Price’s Colorado Springs office participated in a six-month pro bono service project to help the nonprofit Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of the Pikes Peak Region provide an advocate for all children in need by 2020.


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